A giant balloon occupies an open-ceiling space with glass walls. Its soft, translucent presence exudes a mysterious charm. The balloon can be seen and touched from the outside, and even stepped inside. In contrast to how it looks from the outside, its interior is an otherworldly environment. Visitors can free themselves of ordinary perception and physical sensations, explore the inside and interact with the environment, transforming the balloon dynamically. Seen from the outside, the movement of the balloon and the people inside might resemble one living organism. Wang has explored ways to present the presence of space through the use of fabric. We hope you enjoy this installation where space transforms, and where people can have fun becoming part of the artwork together.
Photo: Liu Yao